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The feeling of being in love. (11)


1 Name: Secret Admirer : 2006-07-09 11:30 ID:NYqH7P5h

It is a sort of constant cute feeling and when she does something you like you get a burning rush through your heart. I had a crush on this girl at the age of 10 and it was the strongest feeling of love I remember ever, but it ssems to have dissipated or I am used to it, not sure, possibly it has both dissipated a little bit and I am used to it.

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2 Name: アニメお宅 : 2006-07-09 12:04 ID:4Rax2mXB

ehm... let het this straight first..
teh feeling of loving someone, or loving someone and being loved too ?

well, loving someone is absolutely a wonderful feeling, that we can see someone to be as perfect as could be (though they aren't), an urge to embarce, ahh so good ^_^

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3 Name: Amarok : 2006-07-09 13:06 ID:w7CEZ8jj

>>1
I somehow doubt 10 year olds grasp all the dimensions of love, sounds you had a big crush though. Its the interaction you get with the person that is the closest feeling of "love" you'll get without actually stepping up and making a commitment.
Love, my friend, is a commitment. Keep that in mind.

4 Name: Secret Admirer : 2006-07-13 03:40 ID:CkAWpZ8N

A person can only love when they are loved by someone themselves. I guess true love is if someone is willing to sacrifice the things he/she loves the most just to make you happier? Maybe even their own lives to save yours..

5 Name: Secret Admirer : 2006-07-13 08:52 ID:yTc/eSIv

> Maybe even their own lives to save yours..

That can only happen in romance movies. Real life is different.
True love may exist but only a few people can actually experience it, all others just have "conventional" love which is unbalanced and fragile. Like one would do anything for their mate, but the other's not.

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6 Name: Secret Admirer : 2006-07-13 11:19 ID:NrN93Ggi

>That can only happen in romance movies. Real life is different.

whoops!! the culture thing again!!

7 Name: Secret Admirer : 2006-07-13 13:21 ID:TkqXbXBm

no one ever loved me, i don't have a clue of what it supposed to mean.
work colleagues say i'm quite a kind person, maybe i just got unlucky for the last 28 years, eh -.-'
or most probably i am a disastrous case of the hedgehog's dilemma

8 Name: Secret Admirer : 2006-07-13 13:31 ID:yTc/eSIv

> work colleagues say i'm quite a kind person

The same is with me. Lots of people tend to call me "cute" and "kind" but girls only see me as a friend. Looks like girls doesn't like this kind of personality as a boyfriend. I'm ok when they need someone to talk to, but no gilr ever loved me, including my previous (and yet only) girlfriend...

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9 Name: Secret Admirer : 2006-07-13 15:24 ID:CkAWpZ8N

>real life is different

maybe that is why love is so rare--because, irl, it is never something easy where you are surrounded by girls who like you, or where you confess to someone and they love you back. sadly, and mostly, there are nothing but unrequited loves or a love where the other person abuses you either mentally or physically..why is it that rarely pure love exists irl? does it exist at all outside of moneymaking films? i wish it would.

10 Name: Secret Admirer : 2006-07-21 06:49 ID:DidmpcOv

Love... is not a feeling. Love is something that doesn't exist, until you have been through it. And you can't know whether you've been through it or not. So, no one knows what love feels like. QED.

The Cynic scrambles off quickly.

11 Name: Troll : 2006-07-27 05:16 ID:2OJB4LpT

>>7, I love you, whoever you are.

Love is a generic feeling, you feel it for your brother, your mother, your sister, your relatives, your friends. It is filial but there is only one kind of love, it's universal. If you find that special someone, you'll know, the love's not really special, it's that someone that accepts you for who you are and someone who's willing to accept to share life with you, and it's not even from your own family but to you it's like family or maybe more than it. :)